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No, Tim Tebow Won't Be The Next Bachelor — Instead, He's Going To Play Professional Baseball!

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Get ready, Tim Tebow lovers — your boy is pulling a Michael Jordan!!

Jordan, of course, quit the NBA's Chicago Bulls for one year in the mid-1990s to pursue a professional baseball career, and even though he did pretty well on the diamond, his experiment was short-lived.

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Well now, former NFL star Tebow wants much of the same for his career, now that he appears completely done with football — the QB is going after a baseball career and he's REALLY serious about it!

(Yeah, no, we know, it's not The Bachelor. Wouldn't he be amazing?! Sigh…)

But hey, a hunk in baseball pants?! Sign us up!!

According to Tebow's agent Jimmy Sexton, the athlete has been

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Cool Dad Flawlessly Catches Foul Ball At Baseball Game… While Carrying His Daughter & A Plate Of Food!

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This is beyond cute!

The Philadelphia Phillies had a tough day on Thursday, losing at home to the visiting Toronto Blue Jays 13-2, but while the MLB team wasn't showing out well on the field, one fan stole the show.

Brian Kucharik, a dad who brought his daughter to the game, is going viral right now after he caught a foul ball off the bat of the Blue Jays' Kevin Pillar… but it's how he did it that's catching everyone's eye!

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Kucharik, sitting down the first base line, caught the ball one-handed — which is impressive enough considering how hard these balls get hit — but he also did it with his daughter Emily in his arms, AND while carrying a full plate of hot dogs and french fries!

Dayum, Brian!

Ch-ch-check out Brian doing his thing in real time and winding up with a nice souvenir (below)!!!

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So Tragic — Vanderbilt University Pitcher Dies In Drowning Accident One Day Before Team's First Playoff Game

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This is so awful.

Vanderbilt University freshman baseball pitcher Donny Everett died in a drowning accident, just one day before his team's first tournament game on their campus in Nashville, Tenn.

The 19-year-old pitcher was at Normandy Lake in Coffee County on Thursday when, just before 5 p.m. local time, sheriff's deputies received a call of 'a subject that had gone underwater.'

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Everett was apparently fishing on a bridge over the lake with two teammates and two other friends, when all five people jumped in to swim across to the east side of the bridge.

Everett began asking for help, but all four other people apparently thought he was joking, since he didn't seem to be in distress and didn't appear to be struggling to swim.

By the time they realized he actually needed help, it was too late, according to a report from the Coffee County Sheriff's Department (below):

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NY Yankees Star Alex Rodriguez Retiring From Baseball To Be A Full-Time Dad!

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It's the end of the A-Rod era as Alex Rodriguez announced his retirement from the MLB on Wednesday.

The New York Yankees third baseman has been playing pro for two decades, much of that dominating the sport, with a career 3,070 hits and 2,055 RBIs.

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But 2017, the final year of his $275 million 10-year contract, will also mark his last at bat. He told ESPN:

"I won't play after next year. I've really enjoyed my time. For me, it is time for me to go home and be dad."

Awww! Lucky kids!

Interesting note for his final season: with 687 career home runs, the 40-year-old needs only 28 to catch Babe Ruth as third all-time home run leader behind only Hank Aaron and Barry Bonds.

Good luck, A-Rod!

[Image via WENN.]

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